"I could be your grandchild!" A sermon offered at Westway United Church on February 24, 2019.
Comments speaking to threats of legal action made by the East Gwillimbury-Whitchurch Stoufville Trustee-Elect.</p
Whether Elizabeth Terrell-Tracey ends of trustee is not the point. The real work is in addressing how people voted for her in the first place.
Partisanship is not okay, but we are called to name injustice where we see it.
A letter signed by over 400 United Church of Canada ministry leaders addressed to the recently elected Premier of Ontario. Our Community Minister, Bri-anne Swan, is one of the signatories.
Whatever you celebrate and whomever you’re with, Living Presence Ministry wishes you a heartfelt Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas!
Years from now, if anybody asks, I am certain I’ll be able to tell them exactly where I was and what I was doing when I found out Gord Downie had died.
On August 29th, The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood released "The Nashville Statement" - a manifesto written by a coalition of conservative evangelical leaders. Living Presence Ministry does not agree with their statements.
Seeking to simultaneously hold the excitement of a new journey is compatible with feeling sadness and grief over what was left behind.
How is it that we can live in an area — in a country — where one group of people is so highly prioritized over another?